Oxford University Museum of Natural History

Founded in 1860 as the centre for scientific study at the University of Oxford, the Museum of Natural History now holds the University’s internationally significant collections of geological and zoological specimens. The Museum is usually open 10am-5pm daily. To avoid disappointment, please check with the venue before travelling.

Your nearest bus stop is around 400 metres from Oxford University Museum of Natural History.

  • Oxford University Museum of Natural History

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Keble Road

  • 250 - Bicester, Middleton Stoney, Upper & Lower Heyford, Kirtlington, Bletchingdon, Hampton Poyle, Gosford and Somertown.

Castle Street

  • X38 - Reading, Caversham, Lower Shiplake, Henley-on-Thames, Nettlebed, Nuffield, Wallingford, Crowmarsh Gifford, Benson, Shillingford, Berinsfield and Nuneham Courtenay.
  • X39 - Reading, Caversham, Cane End, Wallingford, Crowmarsh Gifford, Benson, Shillingford, Berinsfield and Nuneham Courtenay.
  • X40 - Reading, Caversham, Cane End, Woodcote, Wallingford, Crowmarsh Gifford, Benson, Shillingford, Berinsfield and Nuneham Courtenay.

Queen's Lane

  • X2 - Wallingford, Brightwell-cum-Sotwell, Didcot, Milton Park, Steventon, Drayton and Abingdon.
  • X32 - Wantage, Harwell Campus, Chilton and Didcot.
  • X34 - Harwell Campus and Milton Heights.
  • T1 - Watlington, Chalgrove, Garsington and Cowley.

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